Re: Use of U+203D (interrobang)

From: Kenneth Whistler (
Date: Fri Apr 01 2005 - 13:28:27 CST

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    > I'm a bit surprised though that it made it in Unicode (could be
    > construed as a ligature of !? and doesn't seem to have caught on and be
    > more widepread than other innovative punctuation marks like the point
    > d'ironie (but it is not American ;-)).

    XCCS (Xerox Character Code Standard), 15 June 1980:

    353/50 (= 0xEC 0x28) "Interrobang" (exclamation and question marks
    *That* is where it came from to make it into the Unicode Standard.

    O.k., now that is cleared up, can we quit second-guessing the
    history of this character?


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